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Daily Archives: July 26, 2017

Gurez Festival rescheduled

BANDIPORA, JULY 26:  According to District Development Commissioners (DDC) Bandipora, the three day Gurez Festival which was scheduled to be held from 3rd of August to 5th of August at Gurez has been rescheduled and will now be held from 5th of August to 7th of August, 2017 at Gurez. All the concerned have been asked to participate in the festival as per the rescheduled date. Read More »

SICOP registers business turnover of over Rs 286 crore

Ganga chairs 86th BoD meeting SRINAGAR, JULY 26: The J&K Small Scale Industries Development Corporation (SICOP) has achieved a business turnover of Rs 286.22 crore during the first quarter of the current fiscal. This was stated at the 86th Board of Directors (BoD) meeting of the Corporation held at Civil Secretariat on Wednesday under the Chairmanship of Minister for Industries and Commerce Chander Prakash Ganga. The ... Read More »

DIPR to institute JK State Media Awards

Separate entity to be setup for distribution of Govt advertisements to newspapers: Zulfkar Ali SRINAGAR, JULY 26: To recognize and honor the excellence in journalism in J&K, Minister for Information, Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs (FCS&CA) Choudhary Zulfkar Ali today announced “Institution of Annual J&K State Media Awards” to be presented by the Department of Information and Public Relations (DIPR) ... Read More »

Deputations of willow, Jammu traders, Physical education teachers, non migrant Pandits meet CM

Demand redressal, Mehbooba directs time bound action SRINAGAR, JULY 26: Scores of deputations today met the Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti here today and apprised her of their day to day problems and sought their redressal. A deputation of manufacturers and dealers of willow products sought relaxation in GST charges on the products manufactured by them. Another deputation of traders from ... Read More »

Girl sets herself ablaze in Bandipora 

SUHAIL RATHER Bandipora, July, 25: A 15-year-old girl (name with held) sets herself ablaze in Garoora village of North Kashmirs Bandipora district on Tuesday morning, Aragam police said. Incharge Station House officer Aragam said that a 15 year old girl set herself ablaze after pouring kerosene oil over her body. She has been shifted to District hospital Bandipora where from she was ... Read More »

Students protest shortage of teachers in Hajin School

  Students protest shortage of teachers in Hajin School Bhat zahoor Bandipora, July 26 :-The transfers have not only affected teachers, but left some of the schools in Hajin Banyari with no teachers, some with insufficient teaching staff and others with extra staff. Sources in Education department said that the transfers were made without consulting any on-field officer. Meanwhile, hundreds of ... Read More »

Timber Smugglers attack Forest Official in B’Pora

SUHAIL RATHER Bandipora,26 July 2017: An official of Forest protection force was beaten and injured by smugglers in Kanibathi area of North Kashmirs Bandipora district on Wednesday. An official said that the smugglers were asked to stop at a check-post in Kanibathi village falling under Khuhama range under jurisdiction of Police post Aloosa around 3:00 am today. Before fleeing from spot Smugglers attacked ... Read More »

Deputations of willow, Jammu traders, non migrant Pandits meet CM

Demand redressal, Mehbooba directs time bound action Srinagar, Jul 26 (KNS): Scores of deputations today met the Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti here today and apprised her of their day to day problems and sought their redressal. A deputation of manufacturers and dealers of willow products sought relaxation in GST charges on the products manufactured by them. Another deputation of traders ... Read More »

Policeman shot dead in Kulgam

Manhunt launched to nab attackers Srinagar, Jul 26 (KNS): A policeman was Wednesday shot dead by unidentified militants in Yaripora area of South Kashmir’s Kulgam district. The slain cop according to KNS correspondent was identified as Gowhar Ahmad Tantray, son of Nazir Ahmad Tantray of Kujjar village of Kulgam. Sources said that the slain policeman was posted with Special Operations Group (SOG) ... Read More »

Truant migrant employees asked to report to DSEK

'No justification for such employees for remaining absent' Srinagar, Jul 26 (KNS): The Government has asked has asked the migrant employees, who left Kashmir in 2016 due to unfavorable situation, to report to Directorate of School Education Kashmir (DSEK) within week’s time failing which disciplinary action will be taken against them.  "Some migrant employees working in the Department of School ... Read More »